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Driver License Road Testing

Road Testing

To get a driver license in Florida you are required to take a driving test. The purpose of the license examination is to:

  • Ensure you know the FL driving rules
  • Ensure you have the skills and experience to drive safely.

Driver License Road Tests are administered Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm at the following locations:

  • East Tampa (On-Site Test Track)- 2814 E. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa, FL 33610

  • Drew Park - 4100 W. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Tampa 33614

  • Plant City - 1834 Jim Redman Parkway, Plant City 33563

To schedule an appointment, please click here.

 

For an additional fee, customers can contact Florida Traffic Safety Council at 813-248-3009

You must provide a vehicle that is safe to drive and insured.

The vehicle must:
1. Have a valid license plate.
2. Have a valid vehicle registration
3. Have proof of valid Personal Injury Protection and Property Damage Liability Insurance.
4. Pass a vehicle safety inspection.
5. Have operable seatbelts (exception: cars manufactured prior to 1968 and trucks manufactured prior to 1972).
 
 
The examiner/tax collector licensing agent will inspect your vehicle before the test is started. If your vehicle does not meet the minimum safety requirements, your driving test will be rescheduled. Learn more about  Vehicle Safety Inspection Requirements.
 
 
When you appear for your driving test, the driving test examiner will ask to see your learner’s permit if one was issued or identification.

If not Real ID compliant, applicant must present Real ID required documents.

If under 18 and are not married, application must be signed by one parent or legal guardian. Minors will also need a notarized form attesting to the 50 hours of driving experience.
 
 
There is a fee of $6.25 for the initial road test. If you do not pass, you may schedule an appointment to attempt the road test on another day. Only one attempt is allowed per day.  A $26.25 retake fee is charged for each subsequent attempt.